Women are stupid. But women also have so many hormones they can't think straight. Women need men to make decisions for them because all in all women are useless. Its only a matter time before evolution gives man a uterus so that they can do everything and women will become obsolete because, Honestly they should be
And, Of course, The answer is a resounding "yes. " In fact, There is no topic where one gender should be excluded from voicing their opinions in debates. To exclude a gender from a debate solely on the basis of gender alone is 100% textbook sexism. You're free to disagree with my opinion, As I am free to disagree with yours, But I have no right to exclude you from the conversation, As you have no right to exclude me.
OF COURSE! It is the racism- the value judgment of a person's status- that is important to the argument not the skin color of who is making the argument. Therefore, Anyone can speak on the judgement of a person's value. The importance is in the reasoning of an argument, Not who it is coming from. Let's extend this to abortion. It is not simplify man vs woman. The argument of abortion has to do with the value of the human inside the woman's uterus. That is the central issue. Men are humans just like women. So you can imagine they would be able to make arguments on the value of being human for or against abortion.
Both parents should have an opinion on weather or not to get an abortion. However, The final decision should be up to the woman seeing as she is the one carrying the baby. Both should come to an overall consensus but if they don't then the woman should he the one to decide.
I've heard many times from women who support abortion and abortion rights for women that because men are not able to become pregnant and experience the process of carrying a child they should not be allowed to have an opinion on abortion. In my opinion, It's sexist and, More importantly, It's wrong to ban an entire sex from having and sharing an opinion on what I believe to be a moral issue and to me, Issues of morality transcend race, Sex, Ethnicity, Religion, Etc. I believe that anyone and everyone should be allowed to have and share his/her opinions on abortion or any other matter, Even if they have no experience with it or never will in their life. To think otherwise, In my opinion, Is the very definition of discrimination.
I feel like family's have to make decisions together. If they don't work together a relationship can go down hill. Plus gender equality or something like that. Plus i feel like men can make more hard decisions and it doesn't take as long, Though it can still take a period of time
I don't think abortion should be a thing. It's murder, However I do think men can have an opinion on it. Though they can't give birth or get an abortion they are still entitled to an opinion; they can even voice it. That's right there in the Constitution and I think our founding father knew enough to know that people should have freedom of speech.
Denying opinions is pretty not gucci. I am male and I have an opinion on abortion. I am pro choice. There's my opinion.
For those interpreting this question as "should men have a say on if their impregnated person has an abortion", Still yes.
Why? It doesn't have to matter. The woman can still choose. Who says opinions meant the decision? If a man wants his, Say, Wife to have an abortion, And she's like NO, Then so be it. The wife can have a child. Denying opinions shouldn't even be a debate.
There are many cases where a father either broke up with his partner, But still wanted to raise the child and also when the mother didn't tell the father she was pregnant until after the abortion. This robs the Father of the experience of raise the child whether on his own or with the mother. I don't think in our society the father will ever be able to stop the abortion from happening, But I think he should have the chance to talk to the doctor who will perform the abortion and try to convince him to not do this act.
A man has no right to tell a women what to do with their body. This is not the 1800's Now personally I don't believe abortion should be anybodies first option, But i do believe that a man has no right to tell another human being how to use there body. WHEN A MAN PUSHES A GIANT BABY OUT OF THEIR VAGINA THEY CAN CHOOSE TO SAY NO THANK YOU
Even when their is medical reasons for abortion, It is not justified. Abortion is murder. Let the baby have the final say. We are extremely arrogant to think we can decide whether a person lives or not on any grounds. If we allow murder at the start of life then we should at any point of life, Esply the end of it. We are a hypercritical society on this subject. Abortion is murder under any reasons, Even medical. Who are we to play God. I was partially crippled from having my children and I would never have chosen to abort them to avoid this.
A woman should have the right of choosing what to do with her own body especially if theirs a life in it. Yes a man should get a say in it if hes still around but at the end of the day its still the womans choice. Jus straight up faxs
Men don't own our bodies. We women own men's money. We own their house. We own their car. We need child support. We deserve to get higher pay. We deserve to have the freedom to work. We get to vote. We can vote what men must do. Men don't own their vote. We decide what they vote. We decide if they can stay at work.
Although men should get a say in whether their baby should be aborted or not ultimately it's not there body. They won't be in the hospital room for potentially over 10 hours trying to push a 6 to 10 pound child out of them and if there are complications they won't be the ones that have to deal with permanent damage to there body not to mention that every pregnancy comes with a possible risk of death for the mother. So in retrospect allowing the husband or boyfriend to choose if the mother should be able to have an abortion would be allowing the man to also decide if the mother has to go to one of the painful experiences a women could go through and I would even go so far as saying deciding if the mother lives since childbirth can be very deadly for some women. And for the people who oppose abortion all together I'd like to out the permanent damage it can cause the mother as well as the risk of death because ultimately the mothers life is more important then the unborn child's.